- Ancient Greek Δίων. Also a medieval English and French diminutive of Dionysius (Dennis). (Wiktionary)
“Okay, Celine Dion is an odd one, but you can attribute that to gamblers in Las Vegas with more money than they know what to do with and a healthy bar tab.”
“Not only did the Maple Leafs lose 3-2 to the Senators last night, but they will also likely be without captain Dion Phaneuf, who left the game with a cut to his leg, tonight against the Capitals.”
“Not only did they struggle to make the most of their offensive opportunities -- despite outshooting the Senators 35-24 -- but the Leafs were dealt a larger blow as captain Dion Phaneuf left the contest with a cut to his leg after a collision with Ottawa's Peter Regin.”
“Celine Dion is returning to Las Vegas for a new three-year stint — kicking off March 15, 2011.”
“Celine Dion is one of the biggest international pop stars in history.”
“Dion is the name of a character in one of my stories I am transferring to the computer and revising.”
“The survey, conducted between Jan. 10-13 for CTV and The Globe and Mail, shows that Dion is the only national party leader to show a significant drop in support.”
“Despite what the polls may say, so long as Stephane Dion is leader of the party, they will not have the consent of Canadians.”
“Do you think Dion is considering bailing (being pushed out)? issachar Says:”
“So perhaps Stephane Dion is not “crazy”, but he sure is in over his head.”
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